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Make sure you’re receiving email instructions so you don’t miss lessons, challenges, and important updates from HQ.

Here’s what I need you to do:
I will be sending you coaching emails to make sure you’re setup for success along the way.

The email communication will slow down but you will get frequent coaching emails to ensure you can successfully follow the system and you’re constantly growing.

Don’t miss an email from HQ by whitelisting our email address right now, or else important updates and training links might end up in your SPAM.

Right now, you should have an email from me, Russell Stutely (newsletter@pressurepoint.academy), sitting in your inbox.

This is what I want you to do next

Read through the section below and follow the instructions for whitelisting our E Mail

Come back here and click the BIG BUTTON at the bottom of this page to move onto the next stage.

IF YOU ARE UNSURE ABOUT WHITELISTING THEN SIMPLY OPEN ANOTHER TAB FOR YOUR EMAIL AND REPLY TO THE EMAIL WE SENT YOU.

We will get you sorted.

IF YOU JUST HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO WHITELIST YOU CAN STILL CLICK THE BIG BUTTON TO MOVE TO THE NEXT STAGE

how to never miss an email from Russell Stutely, your Pressure Point Academy Chief Instructor.

You want to whitelist all emails from newsletter@pressurepoint.academy and info@pressurepoint.academy
and for them to be in your primary inbox.

Here’s how to do it…

Gmail

How to move senders to your Gmail Primary tab [VERY IMPORTANT]

1. Drag the email from your Promotions tab to your Primary tab
2. When asked, “Do this for future messages?” select “Yes”

You can also whitelist in Gmail before opening the email: Just hover over the sender’s name next to the subject line and select “Add to contacts” to save to your Contacts list.

1. Open the email in your inbox
2. Hover over the sender’s name
3. Select “Add to contacts” to save the sender to your Contacts list

You want to whitelist emails from: newsletter@pressurepoint.academy and info@pressurepoint.academy

iPhone
1. Tap the sender’s from name
2. Choose “Create New Contact”
3. Tap “Done” to save

Android
1. Tap the picture of the sender
2. Tap the add to contacts icon
3. Tap “Create new contact”
4. Choose the correct account if you are signed into multiple email addresses
5. Tap the check mark to save

Apple Mail
1. Open the email in your inbox
2. Click on the sender’s email address
3. Click “Add to Contacts”

Outlook 2003 (and higher)
1. Open the email in your inbox.
2. Right click “Click here” to download images in the gray bar at the top of the message.
3. Click “Add Sender to Safe Senders List.”

Windows Live Email
1. Open the email in your inbox
2. Click on the sender’s email address
3. Click “Add”
4. Add additional information if needed
5. Click save to finish

AOL
1. Click “Contacts” in the left toolbar
2. Click “New Contact”
3. Add contacts information
4. Choose “Add Contact” to save

Thanks again.